Quick Facts of Jordan Ross Belfort
- Full NameJordan Ross Belfort
- Net Worth$100 million
- Date of Birth1962 /07 /09
- NicknameThe Wolf of Wall Street
- Marital StatusEngaged
- BirthplaceQueens, New York City, United States
- ProfessionAuthor, Motivational Speaker and Businessman
- Eye colourBlue
- Hair colourBlack
- Spouse Nadine Caridi (m. 1991–2005), Denise Lombardo (m. 1985–1991)
- Height1.7 m (5 feet 5 inches)
- Weight67 kg
- EducationAmerican University
- Online PresenceFacebook, Twitter and Instagram
- ChildrenCarter Belfort and Chandler Belfort
Jordan Ross Belfort, a.k.a. Jordan Belfort, is an American motivational speaker, author, and former stockbroker. In 1999, he was convicted of fraud related to stock market manipulation and jailed for 22-month. In 2013, the American based author published the memoir The Wolf of Wall Street, which was adapted into a film. Also his Catching the Wolf of Wall Street is bestselling memoirs.
How much is his career earning? As of 2019, he has gathered a relishing amount as his net worth. Stay on the article in order to know about his Age, Net Worth, Wife, Children and many more.
Jordan Belfort’s Bio/Wiki (Age, Education)
Jordan Belfort was born on 9th July 1962, in Queens, New York City, United States, to a Jewish family. As per his birthdate, his age is 56. Further, he falls under the Cancer star sign. His father, Max Belfort, and mother, Leah, are both accountants. Moreover, he has a brother, Robert Belfort with whom he grew all along.
After completing high school, he went to the American University where he graduates with a degree in biology.
Jordan Belfort’s Career
Belfort started off his career as a stockbroker. He founded Stratton Oakmont and later, developed a lifestyle that consisted of expensive parties and intensive recreational use of drugs. In 1999, he was convicted of fraud related to stock market manipulation and spent 22-month in prison.
In 2008, Belfort came out with his memoir titled The World of Wall Street. The memoir went bestselling which disclose his triumph at the stock market and then his huge crash in the world of finance.
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This book is about providing you with a simple, proven way to master the art of communication. Check link in Bio #success #wolfofwallstreet #jordanbelfort Chapters: 1 – Cracking the code for sales and influence 2 – Inventing the Straight Line 3 – The first four seconds 4 – Tonality & Body language 5 – State Management 6 – A surefire formula for managing your state 7 – Advanced tonality 8 – Advanced Body Language 9 – The art of prospecting 10 – The Ten rules of Straight Line prospecting 11 – The art & science of making world-class sales presentation 12 – The art & science of Looping
Furthermore, he released another memoir titled Catching the Wolf of Wall Street, in 2009. The book explored his life after he was arrested.
When Belfort first began speaking, he focused mainly on ethics and motivation. He then moved his focus to entrepreneurship and sales skills. As of 2015, he spent three-week out of each month on the road for speaking engagements.
Additionally, Belfort runs sales seminars titled Jordan Belfort’s Straight Sales Psychology.
Jordan Belfort’s Net Worth
As of 2019, Belfort’s net worth is approximately $110 million which he amassed mostly from his investments and business. As per Red Granite Production, he sold the right to the adaption of the book for around $1.045 million. His other income source includes touring the world as a motivational speaker. Belfort fees for per sales seminar is about $80,000 or more.
Currently, he resides in a California where he has a business set up. Moreover, he crashed his private helicopter. Adding up, he has a jet and a white Ferrari too.
Jordan Belfort’ Personal Life
Jordan Belfort has married twice. His first tied the knot with Denise Lombardo. Nonetheless, he divorced his first wife during his time running the Stratton Oakmont business.
After tragic separation, he found love with Nadine Caridi, a British-born Ray Ridge Brooklyn raised model. The duo met for the first time at a party. After being in a relationship for a year, they exchange the vows. They shared two children together named Carter Belfort and Chandler Belfort.
However, Belfort and Caridi could not continue their relationship well. Caridi’s claimed of domestic violence which was fueled by his problem with drug addiction and affairs with other women. In 2005 they divorced. He is engaged to his fiance Anna Koppe.